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Media Literacy Week launch empowers youth to be upstanding digital citizens

Winnipeg, MB (Nov. 2, 2015) – Winnipeg youth, teachers and community leaders gathered today for an engaging morning exploring what it means to be a good digital citizen and how to promote respect online. The event, held at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, marked the start of the tenth annual Media Literacy Week which runs Nov. 2-6. Hosted by MediaSmarts and the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF), the theme of the week – Respect in a Digital World – encourages... +Read More

Nova Scotian appointed as Secretary General of the Canadian Teachers’ Federation

OTTAWA – The President of the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) is pleased to announce the appointment of Cassandra Hallett DaSilva as the Federation’s new Secretary General. “The Secretary General of CTF is a key position at the heart of Canada’s teaching profession and education system,” explains CTF President Dianne Woloschuk. “Hallett DaSilva, a former CTF International Program Officer, brings a wealth of understanding of Canadian schools and teacher organizations to the Federation. She is a seasoned teacher and educational leader... +Read More

Cline maintains students are beneficiaries of co-operative model

While for the most part it would probably be fair to say students in the classrooms are blissfully unaware of it, Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation Vice-President Randy Cline underscored the importance of co-operation between teachers and school boards in order for the province’s education system to flourish. Speaking at the Saskatchewan School Boards Association’s annual general meeting in Saskatoon, Cline alluded to the joint efforts and leadership of teachers and school boards and other educational partners as needing to be a... +Read More
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